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Hernandez Lawyers Want His Medical Records From Patriots

Lawyers for Aaron Hernandez are due in court on their request for a subpoena to compel the New England Patriots to hand over Hernandez’s medical and other records.


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Mass. Authorities Warn Drivers Of Possible E-Z Pass Scam

Massachusetts transportation officials are warning E-ZPass customers about a suspicious email.


Demolition Begins At Former Amusement Park

Demolition has begun at Rhode Island’s former Rocky Point amusement park to make way for a coastal state park.


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Remote-Controlled Chip Implanted Under Woman’s Skin Could Deliver Birth Control For Up To 16 Years

A chip has been developed that is capable of being used as a contraceptive or for other drug administration purposes once placed under the skin.


The Charles W. Morgan 1841 whaling ship. Photo courtesy of Mystic Seaport.

Ship Departure Delayed

(MYSTIC,Conn./CBS Connecticut) – The departure of 1841 whaling  ship Charles W. Morgan   from New Bedford has been delayed until Tuesday morning. It had been scheduled to set  sail Monday for the Massachusetts Maritime Academy at […]


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Bench Dedicated In Honor Of Child Found Dead

Family, friends and volunteers gathered in Massachusetts Saturday in memory of the 5-year-old son of a New Britain man. Jeremiah Oliver, son of Jose Oliver was missing for months before his body was found in April.


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Beach-Goers Urged To Watch For Rip Currents From “Arthur”

Officials say strong surf is expected along the Rhode Island shoreline because of Hurricane Arthur and are urging beachgoers to take caution.


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7 Firefighters Injured In Lightning Strike While Battling Blaze

Seven firefighters were checked for injuries after lightning struck nearby as they battled a blaze in Guilford.


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Letter Sent 83 Years Ago Finally Delivered

A letter written by a Maine school teacher in 1931 to her mother 150 miles away has finally been delivered — 83 years later.